Introducing CALI’s Free Digital Law Practice Course
As many law students know, CALI (The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) is a non-profit which offers over 850 interactive tutorials in approximately thirty-two law school subject areas. Did you know, however, that CALI can now help you bridge the gap between law school and legal practice, by focusing on how technology is impacting the field?
Beginning on February 10th, CALI will offer a free nine-week webcast program on Digital Law Practice. Each week, a different speaker will discuss topics such as “Social Media for Lawyers,” “The Virtual Law Office,” and “Free Legal Research Tools.” The thirty minute presentation will be followed by a question and answer period, and the class will include an interactive homework assignment. If you are wondering how you can possibly fit in another course, relax, there are no midterms, finals or papers!
If you are new to CALI, you may create a user account, which requires an authorization code, available at the reference desk.